BR_logo.gifRound-up your posse of friends and family and head to Bike Ranch with your bikes and helmets to ride our dueling pump tracks and BMX course.

No bike? No worries! We will have demo bikes available thanks to our Premiere Bike Sponsor, Scott Sports.

Take a tour of Bike Ranch and our network of singletrack trails and progressive stunts.

Rolling in Dough will keep you fueled with $1.00 pizza slices made in our outdoor wood burning oven. We will also have $1.00 Hot Dogs and you can wet your whistles on $1.00 soda and beer.

We are offering a special room rate of $99 – first come first serve. Contact Jennifer at for more details.

Camping is $20/tent and you have access to the Lodge facilities.

RV Camping $20/vehicle and $40 for hook-up and you have access to the Lodge facilities.

Ride. Eat. Sleep. Repeat!

How do you top a retreat to 160-acres of outdoor paradise? You offer riverside massages to your guests. Idaho Smoky Mountain Lodge and Bike Ranch is pleased to announce our newest Ranch Hand (no pun intended).

Massage on the River










Mary Robinson is joining us with over 13 years of massage experience. Growing up in Colorado, Idaho & Wyoming she loves the outdoors. She has extensive experience working with a variety of clients in several amazing surroundings in and around Sun Valley, including outdoor luxury adventure trips on the Middle Fork of the Salmon & Selway Rivers and Idaho Rocky Mountain Ranch.

Wrangling most of her training primarily at The School of Shiatsu and Massage in Northern California in 2000 and she has received various continuing educations over the years in Thai, & pre-natal therapies and recently attending The Academy of Natural Therapy in Colorado in 2012 while also working as a Massage Therapist for Monfort Birthing Center.

Mary’s unique style includes hydrotherapy, watsu, sports, deep tissue, shiatsu, pre and post natal, muscle melting hot stone integration, Trigger point therapy, therapeutic stretches and energy work. Mary enjoys creating individualized treatment plans for her clients. Mary is continually learning and growing and believes in nurturing new experiences. Mary is a Massage Therapist at Zenergy at Thunder Springs, Idaho and also has her own private practice Natural Rhymes Massage.

Riverside Massage Rates: (a minimum of two bookings is required)

50 mins – $60
60 mins – $70
90 mins – $100

The Riverside Massage is a great way to recover if you are enrolled in one of mountain bike camps—-just saying!



This year Bike Ranch is offering “Open Range Days” the month of June every Friday, Saturday and Sunday. For a small fee of $25, you have access to miles of our single track trails and stunts, pumps tracks, and BMX course. Of course, we are also still offering 3-Day Camps and 1-Day Lessons by appointment.

If you are too tuckered out from a day of riding, book a room for $150 that sleeps up to three adults, or our large suite with private bath for $200 that sleeps 4 adults. Have some cold beverages and soak up the last rays of sun while we fire-up the wood burning pizza oven or grill just in case you didn’t bring food. Take a sauna and cold plunge before you call it a night and we will wake you with the smell of coffee and bacon.

We understand that many of you live to ride, so feel free to pitch a tent for $25/night and you still get to enjoy the sauna and all the other Lodge amenities.

Ride. Eat. Sleep. Repeat.

If you have any questions about Bike Ranch hours, camps, and lessons please contact us.

New Bike Ranch gear is here and our store is now open for business. And here’s the good news — store hours are 24/7, 365 days a year. That means you can keep your wheels rolling during the day and shop with us online at night!

Our mobile store will be at the 3rd Annual Pump Track Nationals in Ketchum, Idaho on Monday, July 2nd – 6 to 8pm.

Bike Ranch is donating 10% of all purchases at the event to increase CASH PRIZE AWARDS!

So come out and SHOP. RIDE. CHEER.

Bike Ranch Mobile Store

Ranch Hands Jennifer Biondi and Pat Schott having fun on and off their bikes.



It looks like we had over 2 inches of rainfall at the Lodge and lots of snow up high. The tracks and trails held up pretty well, but every low spot was a pond! The colors are still wonderful and the contrasting white peaks inspire us to keep training, but ready the Lodge for winter guests!

Karen Bossick of “The Weekly Sun” wrote an article about riding at Bike Ranch.

An article by Karen Bossick in “The Weekly Sun” was written about Bike Ranch.


Let’s face it, it hasn’t felt much like summer here in Sun Valley lately, but tonight the clouds cleared as racers gathered and warmed-up to compete in the 2nd race of the Wood River Cup Series. For those of you that aren’t familiar with this race series, Road & Dirt promotes this fun and competitive cycling event in the Wood River Valley. Not familiar with Road & Dirt? Well, maybe you have had  a burger, beer, bike fit or game of Bocce at Powerhouse in Hailey, Idaho. If that’s the case, you probably know Billy Olsen, the owner of Powerhouse, who somehow finds time to promote the Road & Dirt events for all to enjoy. If you aren’t sure about racing, don’t worry, Billy will be the first to let you know that having fans there to cheer on the riders is just as important. I have watched and cheered on friends and strangers for the past few years and I couldn’t agree more, but next week I am going to race. I’ll be the one in the knee-hi bacon socks getting smoked by all the other riders, but it will be the fans that keep me rolling!

Next Race: Wednesday, June 15th
Location: ‎3.5 miles west of Hailey out Croy Canyon on north side of the road.
Time: ‎5:00 – 8:00 PM
KB’s offers Food & Beverages at the race.